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Americans could have no greater example of the degree to which our federal government has descended into oligarchy than the sad spectacle of the so-called “health care reform” effort currently … more
Republicans in the Minnesota Legislature thought they were being clever when they inserted a provision in the Government Operations funding bill this year designed to force Gov. Mark Dayton’s hand … more
The announcement that the Natural Resources Research Institute has successfully processed high purity titanium oxide from ilmenite ore found on the Iron Range provides an encouraging sign about the … more
Around the world, the leaders of great nations have glimpsed the future, and are investing today to be at the forefront of the world’s transition to renewable forms of energy. It’s a competition, … more
City officials in Tower are wise to hit the pause button on a plan to reshape city facilities for the future— and seek input from residents before committing to a multi-million dollar project that … more
Rep. Rick Nolan’s efforts to reverse the cancellation of mineral leases critical to the proposed Twin Metals copper-nickel mine near Ely, are as cynical as they are reckless. In arguing to … more
During every member drive, representatives of WDSE, Duluth’s PBS affiliate, make the tried-and-true argument to solicit financial support: Our great programming depends on viewers like you. But … more
Last week, we wrote about the dangers of the ongoing assault on science in Washington. This week, we have examples much closer to home. As we’ve previously reported, Minnesota’s Republican-led … more
This past weekend, hundreds of thousands of Americans marched in the streets in support of science. That alone is astonishing. In a nation that has long prided itself on its scientific and … more
It’s no secret that we here at the Timberjay have become increasingly bullish on Tower’s future. With the harbor development now poised to move ahead beginning later this year, and with … more
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